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ngrep - network grep Public Proxy Servers BFilter: About Ping Tunnel - Send TCP traffic over ICMP Using ptunnel Client: ./ptunnel -p <proxy address> -lp <listen port> -da <destination address> -dp <destination port> [-c <network device>] [-v <verbosity>] [-f <logfile>] [-u] [-x password]Proxy: ./ptunnel [-c <network device>] [-v <verbosity>] [-f <logfile>] [-u] [-x password] The -p switch sets the address of the host on which the proxy is running. The -lp, -da and -dp switches set the local listening port, destination address and destination port. sudo . An ssh connection to can now be established as follows: ssh -p 8000 localhost If ssh complains about potential man-in-the-middle attacks, simply remove the offending key from the known_hosts file. Of course, for all of this to work, you need to start the proxy on your proxy-computer (we'll call it here). sudo . If you find that the proxy isn't working, you will need to enable packet capturing on the main network device. Changes 0.72 - 5. 0.71 - 22. 0.70 - 12. 0.62 - Never released 0.61 - 26. 0.54 - 1.

Anonymize your Google searches with the GoogleSharing add-on for Firefox I find the thought of Google tracking my everyday searches rather disturbing; I'm sure I'm not the only one. GoogleSharing is an experimental Firefox add-on which selectively routes Google searches through an anonymizing proxy. Searches remain very snappy -- and Google is none the wiser. GoogleSharing is very selective, and anonymizes only your search traffic. GMail, Google Reader, and other such services keep working normally since you don't have to be logged out of Google for it to work. One side effect worth noting: by default you'll get results from itself in English, and not from a country-specific Google domain (like, say, GoogleSharing is currently experimental, so you need to be logged on to to install it. [via gHacks] Tags: add-on, anonymous, firefox, google, privacy, search

Abrelatas de Winmail - utilidad del freeware para la abertura winmail.dat y otros archivos TNEF-codificados This text was machine-translated with Babelfish translator. We know it is inaccurate. It is intended for people who does not understand English. El abrelatas de Winmail es una utilidad pequeña y simple que permite que usted vea y que extraiga el contenido de los mensajes TNEF-codificados (winmail.dat infame). Usted puede recibir archivos de winmail.dat de los remitentes que están utilizando Microsoft Outlook (97, 2000). Características del abrelatas de Winmail El abrelatas de Winmail está absolutamente libre - ningunas pantallas de la queja, ningunos anuncios, ningún spyware, ningún límite de tiempo. Screenshot Requisitos de sistema Sistema operativo de Windows: Windows 95 /98/ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000 o Windows Xp. Descarga La versión actual es 1.4 (actualización pasada: 8 de diciembre de 2011). Usted puede transferir la última versión del abrelatas de Winmail de nuestra página de la Descarga . Línea de comando interruptores wmopener.exe c:\path _to_file \ winmail.dat Localización P.S.

GNU httptunnel httptunnel creates a bidirectional virtual data connection tunnelled in HTTP requests. The HTTP requests can be sent via an HTTP proxy if so desired. This can be useful for users behind restrictive firewalls. If WWW access is allowed through a HTTP proxy, it's possible to use httptunnel and, say, telnet or PPP to connect to a computer outside the firewall. httptunnel is written and maintained by Lars Brinkhoff. Does your company need help adding HTTP tunneling to your applications? See also: frequently asked questions about httptunnel. httptunnel is free software (speech, not beer) licenced under the GNU General Public License. I hereby disclaim all responsibility for this hack. Netwinder DM: StrongARM 110 Linux 2.4.0-test9 GNU libc 2.0.94 gcc 2.95.2 binutils 2.10.1 Vanilla PC: Pentium MMX Linux 2.2.17 GNU libc 2.1.3 gcc 2.95.2 binutils 2.9.5 HTTP proxies: Squid 1.1.21 Squid 2.1.PATCH1 Squid 2.1.PATCH2 Stable FTP: httptunnel-3.0.5.tar.gz HTTP: httptunnel-3.0.5.tar.gz Development Binaries

Cross-Domain JavaScript With Simple PHP Proxy Using JavaScript, it is possible to load HTML, XML or JSON data with XMLHttpRequest. However cross-domain JavaScript requests (reaching remote pages) are not possible due to browser security limitations except JSONP-formatted JSON data. Simple PHP Proxy is a PHP script which aims to fill this gap by creating a layer between your JavaScript code and the remote domain to get data in HTML, XML or JSON formats. Some features of Simple PHP Proxy: requested URLs can be white-listed & validated against a regex.optionally forward client cookies / SID to the remote server.optionally forward configurable User Agent to the remote server.requests can use either GET or POST request methods.remote data can be delivered as-is with all remote headers intact.remote data can be wrapped in a JSON/P structure that includes status codes & remote headers.if using JSON/P & remote data is valid JSON, it will be merged into the resulting data object. There is also a demo which you can request any URL.